Wiang Kum Kam – Wat Kan Thome

The original structure dates back to sometime between the 13th and 14th centuries and was excavated in 1984.  In 1920 chronicles note that King Mangrai built what is now here, giving it the name Wat Kan Thome or Chang Kham.  There is a west facing viharn with a Mandapa connected to it which houses the primary Buddha image.  The white chedi stands 12 meters wide and 18 meters high.  The lower level has niches containing seated Buddha images while the upper level has niches with standing Buddha images.

As you see, there are other buildings and various Buddha images around the Wat.